2019/10/31

DeafDigest Sports – October 31, 2019

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— random deafsports thoughts

— upcoming football games in this final stretch of the season

— football tidbit & prediction

— yesterday’s football score

— Gallaudet volleyball

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2019 fall season won/lost records
as of 10/31/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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2019 football scores
as of 10/28/19

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/football-scores/

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last week’s missing football score turned in

Kansas 57 Arkansas 13

upcoming football games

today’s game
Lake Quinault 68 Washington 60

Thursday’s games
Oct 31 Indiana in second round sectionals
Oct 31 Florida hosts Harvest Community (first round play off game)
Oct 31 Riverside hosts Desert Chapel
Oct 31 Fremont hosts Oakland Military Institute
Oct 31 Oklahoma at Life Christian Academy

Friday’s games
Nov 1  Texas at Waco Reicher Catholic
Nov 1  Model at Hancock HS
Nov 1  Alabama hosts Gaylesville

Saturday game
Nov 2  Maryland hosts Virginia Spartans

note:
other schools have completed their football
seasons and are now focusing on basketball

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Gallaudet volleyball

Bison get tricked at Goucher

TOWSON, Md. – The Gallaudet University women’s volleyball team were
tricked by Goucher College here Wednesday night as the Bison lost, 3-0, at
the Decker Sports and Recreation Center (SRC). The straight-set sweep;
22-25, 23-25, 19-25, was a sweet treat for Goucher on it’s Sipke or Treat
Night at the SRC. The Gophers celebrated Halloween with a costume contest
and candy thrown into the crowd for each spike scored by the home team.

Gallaudet is 11-22

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Fremont sports

CHEERLEADING –

The team was off last week.  They will have a senior night ceremony at the
football field tomorrow at 4:30pm before our game against Oakland Military
Institute at
5pm.  On Monday, they will begin winter cheerleading tryouts and continue
to cheer for the football team until their season is over.

CROSS COUNTRY –

Their league meet today has been postponed to tomorrow at the same
location.  This is an unfortunate change of events for our Senior Night so
we will recognize the
Cross Country teams only tomorrow at 12:00pm during lunch time.

FOOTBALL –

Last week’s rivalry football game at St. Vincent de Paul was the best
football game I have ever been part of as a player, coach, or a fan and
the same was said for
those on the other side and many of our fans who made the trip to the
game!  There were 8 lead changes and our CSD boys frequently got clobbered
by the big boys of
the 9-1 Mustangs who were projected to win 40-8 but our boys kept on
getting up and remained with the game plan and had a great opportunity to
win the game but
didn’t hold off.  We showed our true level of play as we didn’t have a
full team earlier this year and this would have been the toughest CSD win
in a long time
against a marquee opponent.  We will look to bounce back against Oakland
Military Institute tomorrow here at home for our Senior Night at 5pm
(presentation at
4:30).  Since this was one heck of a game, I would like to share with you
all the positive letter from St. Vincent’s coach (attached) and articles
about us.  Boys,
we all are proud of you!

VOLLEYBALL –

CSD Volleyball had a tough run last week in the BCL Playoffs.  While our
season ends at 11-16 and our 8 straight league championship has ended, we
want to recognize
the Volleyball program for their high level of play for such a long time.
The team improved tremendously from day one to the end and still beat
Riverside twice.
Girls, we all are proud of you for holding the torch such a long time.
Congratulations!

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK –

CALEL ARAMBOLES – Our senior running back has been held back on many
recent blowouts so it was good to see him sweat it out and play in nearly
every CSD down on
Offense, Defense, and Special Teams against St. Vincent.  With multiple
college scouts and news coverage in attendance, Calel delivered a classic
and left
everything on the field, accounting for 19 tackles, 194 all-purpose yards,
3 touchdowns, and forced a critical fumble that almost clinched CSD the
win with 1:33
left.

ESTHER BISER – Our returning Athlete of the Year ended her CSD Career with
a BCL All-Tournament and Spikeout All-Tournament recognition and we expect
that many more
honors will follow.  She has carried the young Eagles very well this year
with her patience and leadership.  Over the years, Esther has been
dominating at many
roles in many positions, at many sports.  Congratulations!

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Illinois volleyball

ISD finished their season last evening with a two-set loss to Triopia High
School in the first round of the IHSA Regional tournament.  The team
finished the season
with an 0 – 15 record.

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Indiana football

part of newspaper story

Indy-area football sectional semifinal predictions

Park Tudor (2-7) at Indiana Deaf (4-3), Class A Sectional 46: The prize
for winning this game is likely a meeting with top-ranked Lutheran.
Indiana Deaf defeated Edinburgh 42-28 last week for the program’s first
sectional win since 2015. Park Tudor 24, Indiana Deaf 23.

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St Mary’s volleyball

The Lady Bisons took on the Rochester Wildcats yesterday in Rochester.
After a slow start the first set, the girls were feeling quite defeated
but they came back
and were able to shake off a little of their intimidation and managed some
great volleys against the opposing team in the second and third sets.
Unfortunately, they
could not seem to fight back enough to pull off an win and fell to
Rochester in three straight sets. It was a low serving game for us with
Julia Bronneberg managing
9 service points and Aleyshka Rivera managing 8 for the highs. The girls’
net game was strong with three of them: Cameron Cole, Elise Watson, and
Emma Foster each
earning 3 attacks and 1 kill each throughout the game. Brionna Zuppa and
Kearah Kelly kept their cool long enough to pull of some great saves and
are really showing
their growth on the team. Overall, it was a much better game than our
first encounter with Rochester and we will get one more chance at them
this weekend for the
ESDAA tournament in Pittsburg. Wish the girls luck for this weekend and
the end of their season. They have really grown as a team and we could not
be happier with
their progress.

Sets:

5-25

14-25

10-25

Record

2-9

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Texas football

part of newspaper story

Week 9 Built Ford Tough High School Football Players of the Week

Private: Kodi Lee, Senior, Running Back, Texas School for the Deaf
The Texas School for the Deaf Rangers beat out San Marcos Academy, 21-0. A
huge contributor for this victory was running back Kodi Lee. The senior
had 39 carries at 270 yards and three touchdowns.

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Texas volleyball

TSD VB team took care of business during area playoffs against Bay Area
Christian. After losing the first set, Lady Rangers regrouped and took
down Bay Area in 3 straight sets. TSD Rangers will face Geneva School of
Boerne (32-3) on November 2nd.

Are Playoff
Bay Area Christian 1
TSD 3
(22-25, 25-16, 25-19, 25-21)

Regional Playoff

Geneva School of Boerne (33-3)
TSD (26-14)

Date: November 2
Time: 1:00 pm
Location: San Marcos Academy, 2801 Ranch Rd 12, San Marcos, TX 78666

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Washington sports

Lady Terriers 0 vs Three Rivers Christian 3

TRC 25 – WSD 8

TRC 25 – WSD 13

TRC 25 – WSD 13

Final Record 6-12 (League 0-8)

Terriers 60 vs. Oakville 68

Final Record: 3-4

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random deafsports thoughts

Florida School for the Deaf and Blind football team
allows blind boys to play football.

None of them are playing this season.

For the most recent seasons there have been
a few blind players each season.

The 1979 unbeaten team had a blind starter at
defensive tackle.

Recalls a teammate:
He played so well. We depended on him for
telling us when the opponent QB yelled,
telling his teammates to change the the play
before the snap. The blind player would
use hand signals for pass or run. It was cool!

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